As you can see, our poll on what should be done with Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw is closed. A whopping 349 of you voted, more than I ever imagined would, and more than I ever had for any poll on the old blog.
The majority said they like the current arrangement with Jacobs as the featured back and Bradshaw as the change-of-pace back just fine.
Those voting for keeping it the same numbered 170, or 48 percent. Not exactly a resounding majority. In fact, it was a bit low, actually. I expected most to vote that way, but I was wrong. The second-most popular choice was to split up the carries evenly, drawing 101 votes, or 28 percent.
Sixty-five voters, 18 percent, wanted Bradshaw to assume the No. 1 back responsibilities. And 13, or three percent, wanted to increase Jacobs' carries.
There were no votes for Paul Bear Bryant. A little '60s convention humor there. Heh-heh.
Given the large turnout, I'm convinced we should do these things every now and then. So when another big issue turns up, we'll post another poll.
Until then, thanks for participating. As our president might say, "Put that baby in the books, kiddo!" Or something like that.